Homemade Skin Care Recipes by Nicole Adam free today from the Amazon Kindle store, and you can pick up your free copy by clicking here or typing in http://amzn.to/xJwPRc into your computer’s web browser.
Category: Advice & How-To
Here is the book’s description from the Amazon website:
My book is a comprehensive compilation of beauty care secrets that has the power to change your life. Inside you will find an incredible array of Natural, Healthy skin care recipes that are guaranteed to make you look and feel UP TO 15 YEARS YOUNGER!
No more wasted money on expensive and outdated skin care products. These products are not made with you in mind! They are simply made to turn a profit. If any product on the market truly provided anti-aging results, there would be no continued profit for companies to make! One stop cures are not beneficial for companies and that is why they don’t want you to know the secrets inside THIS book!!!
Once you buy this book, you will wonder why you have wasted so much time and money on other overpriced and irrelevant skin care products. The recipes for flawless and glowing skin are at the tip of your fingers.
Through the unrivaled advice and information provided in this once in a lifetime e-book, you will learn the secrets behind some powerful and amazing fruits, vegetables and herbs…
Organic cosmetic has become very popular due to the fact it is absolutely free of synthetic chemicals. Only natural ingredients including flowers, herbs, essential oils and roots are used by manufacturers. Natural or organic skincare means use of botanically sourced cosmetics which is rich in proteins, vitamins and amino acids making our skin soft and beautiful. For example, chamomile has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Creams and masks containing it are recommended for sensitive and thin skin. But organic skincare is more than use of natural cosmetics.
It also means drinking about 3 liters of water every day and eating organic food rich in vitamins such as vitamin A, E, C, etc. These vitamins are vital for our health and health of our skin. As for vitamin E, it is in sunflower seeds, vegetable oils, peanuts, hazelnuts, broccoli, almonds, etc. Vitamin A is in carrot, tomatoes, cherries, strawberries, watermelons, apricots, etc.
As for skincare regime, it includes toning, cleansing, conditioning routines and daily moisturizing. If you have become interested in organic skincare, be very careful buying cosmetics. Read a label and make sure there are no synthetic ingredients in it. Some manufacturers write the word “natural”, but in fact it is nowhere near the truth. For example, some manufacturers use diethanolamine to extract cocamide-DEA from coconut oil. Cosmetics containing it cannot be called natural or organic. Moreover this synthetic chemical is proved to cause such disease as cancer.
Some women prefer home-made masks made for really organic ingredients. If you are not one of them, buy cosmetics with a logo which guarantees integrity of the product. Organic cosmetics of high quality contains about 95% of organic ingredients. The rest is water and some non-organic ingredients.
Though, water is contained in every product. So, in fact there will be more water in the product. Remember, quality of your skin depends on quality of cosmetics. Buy only certified and high quality organic cosmetics.
Table of Contents
• How to Make Salt and Sugar Scrubs
• Egg Whites and Yogurt Mask
• Homemade Hair Rinses & Hair Masks
o Homemade Clay Mask for All Skin Types
o Oatmeal and Yogurt Face Mask
o Homemade Face Mask for Ashy Skin
• Rejuvenating Pumpkin Mask for All Skin Types
• Homemade ‘Cat Litter’ Mask for All Skin Types
• Yogurt Face Mask for All Skin Types
• Banana Mask for Oily Skin
• Banana & Avocado Deep Conditioning Treatment for Dry Hair
• Homemade Aspirin Mask Helps Heal Acne, Pimples, Rashes
• Strawberry Acne Mask
• Simple Mask for Oily, Acne-Prone Skin
• Homemade Juice Mask for Oily Skin
• Avocado Face Mask for Dry Skin
• Milk Mask for Dry Skin
• Brown Sugar Scrub for the Face
• Rose Face Mask for Combination Skin
o Yogurt Face Mask for Sensitive or Sunburnt Skin
o How to Make a Paraffin Wax Treatment for Hands and Feet
o How To Soften Dry, Cracked Heels
o Healing Honey Winter Hydrator Rec
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